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The operation of television rights and the broadcasting of football in France is difficult to follow. Between the scandal linked to Médiapro, the matches broadcast by Amazon, the lot of Canal Plus, the extracts that cannot be published on the networks … Today, we learn that the French Football Federation has refused to allow Dijon to film and broadcasts his match. Indeed, the League 2 club asked the federation to be able to film and broadcast on Twitch, its meeting of the 7th round of the Coupe de France against Saint-Apollinaire (N3) this Saturday (6 p.m.) as was the case for friends last summer. A request visibly refused by the federation, as told by the DFCO on Twitter, responding to the request of a supporter.
Only two 7th round matches broadcast
When we know that only two Coupe de France matches, Libourne-Toulouse on Saturday November 13 (4:05 p.m.) and Sedan-Paris FC on Sunday November 14 (3:30 p.m.) will be broadcast by Eurosport, at the request of the Dijon club, probably anxious to give the possibility for his supporters to see the match, is understandable. As a reminder, the broadcasting rights for the Coupe de France belong to Eurosport and France Télévisions as recalled by Ma Ligue 2.
We asked the FFF to broadcast the meeting on Twitch.
We had a car refusal, the rights to the competition were ceded to France Télévisions and Eurosport.
But these will not broadcast the meeting 🤔
– Dijon FCO (@DFCO_Officiel) November 10, 2021
The French Football Federation refused to allow Dijon to film and broadcast its 7th round match in the Coupe de France against Saint-Apollinaire (N3) this Saturday (6 p.m.), as the Ligue 2 club said on its Twitter account.